Bold Graphics: Evolution of the Garnet Hill Sweater Collection

Garnet Hill Fall Women's SweatersQUICK GEOMETRY LESSON
Graphics and geometry continue to be on trend — and we don’t see them going away any time soon. Whether it’s sparse pointillism on the Luxe Merino Crewneck or a modern matrix of tightly spaced spots on the Dot Cardigan, our sweater collection addresses the geo trend in a big way. For stripes, we’ve gone wide and added a honeycomb waffle knit to create a Textured Crew that’s both classic and unexpected.

When we create a new Signature Merino Cardigan collection, our designers like to mix it up and give you a fresh crop of fun prints and patterns to choose from. This collection features the latest trends in gorgeous graphics and fresh florals. This season, our signature cardi goes vintage in lace-inspired blooms and scattering of roses. This best seller expresses its geometric love with a bold dot-lattice pattern and oversized pixilated houndstooth. Finally, a walk on the wild side in peacock plumage, and rosy-hued leopard spots round out the collection.

We love to play with the juxtaposition of color. The Color-Block Crewneck features tonal contrast at the hem and cuffs. For a bolder look, the Color-Block Cardigan has offset bars of color for an artistic look that’s a fun graphic alternative to stripes. For a classic yet updated look, wear this sweater with our best-selling Modern Chinos. The color-block look also hits our cashmere collection with our Cashmere Wrap in versatile neutral shades.

This season, we took the intarsia to a whole new level with our Piccadilly Sweater, moving from one iconic motif to placing the pattern all over the body. From stylized leopard spots to hearts, dots, and stars, each color has a completely different look. We love how the Piccadilly Sweater looks with chinos, jeans, and five-pocket cords, but it also looks stunning with a denim pencil skirt.

What sweaters are your favorites? For more inspiration and additional styles, check out our latest sweater collection.

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